An executor (or executrix if the person is a female) is the same thing as a personal representative. According to Wikiepedia, an executor “is a legal term referring to a person named by the maker of a will or nominated by the testator to carry out the instructions of the will.” In some locations, they are referred to…
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You were named Executor – now what?
Executors may suddenly find themselves thrust into a role they do not fully comprehend. After all, they are assuming responsibility for an estate their predecessor managed for any number of years. How do executors ensure they are making the right decisions? Whether this role involves the management or sale of properties, running a family-owned business or simply fiduciary management of a sizable cash amount – these difficult questions are ones that require the assistance of someone with experience. Probate Executors provides executors with the answers to tough questions. Highly-qualified professionals can lend a helping hand to manage the probate process.
Acting as an executor is challenging when expected to learn how to invest money, sell real estate or run a business to ensure resources are allocated fairly. After all, it takes a lifetime to build wealth – and the executor is responsible for making hard decisions in a very short timeframe. That’s where Probate Executors comes in. We are the premier membership organization for networking with qualified investors, financial advisors and real estate, commercial and business professionals so executors can get up to speed quickly, and wisely.
Oftentimes, lack of knowledge or experience, coupled with the sheer costs of keeping properties and businesses running, often eats away at an inheritance unless people act when it comes to reallocating resources. Acting as executor may entail adding up assets, paying bills, selling off old properties, reinvesting money, avoiding heavy tax burdens, and dividing up all proceeds so heirs can make the most of their loved ones’ good intentions.
Probate Executors is the organization executors turn to for guidance. Having the right team in place is key. Members meet highly-qualified professionals who can provide them with up-to-date advice and information they need to make smart decisions. Probate Executors is backed by professionals at the top in their fields in financial planning, residential, farm & ranch and commercial real estate, businesses and probate, who new executors can turn to and trust to make the most of their money.